Amore has that old-school, family-style feel, and its menu reflects that, but there’s plenty of modern-Italian fare, too. I went in to try a few classic sandwiches but came away loving Amore’s grilled sausage on toasted ciabatta bread (made by Sullivan Street Bakery in Manhattan). There are strong, assertive flavors here from the split-in-half fennel sausage—from Vincent’s Meat Market on Arthur Avenue—with a snap-when-you-bite-it casing, and the garlicky broccoli rabe. Plus, there are actual caramelized garlic cloves on the sandwich. Vampires won’t touch you after you eat it.